Re: DHCP: Reply Message was not UDP


What version of NM are you using?  Seems like you may be using a fairly early 
one, I don't think we ever use the "11111111..." key any more after picking a 
network.  Updates should be available in Fedora Core 3 updates, and in 
rawhide...  If not, take a look at:

for stuff on CVS.


On Mon, 7 Feb 2005, Paul Dugas wrote:

> I've had the ipw2200 drivers working with Fedora Core3 on my Dell latitude
> D600 for a while now and have been switching between 4 networks almost
> daily.  Learned about NM and was *very* excited but I'm not having much
> success.  I know my card and driver will work as I've been able to switch
> between Fedora's profiles and therefore ESSID/key values.
> When running the server and applet under Gnome, I see my hardline
> connection and the wireless networks I expect in the applet popup menu. 
> When I tell it to switch over to the wireless, it seems to almost work:
>   - tailing /var/log/messages shows it finding the indicated essid,
> setting the key, sending the DHCP request, and it waiting for a
> response.  Sometimes, I see messages like in this email's subject line. 
>  Running a tcpdump on the wireless interface, I see the outbound DHCP
> request but nothing back.  Running iwconfig in a loop while this is
> going on, I see it first try without a key, then with a key of all ones
> (yes, all ones like 1111-1111-...), then the correct key that I gave it.
>  I've seen it get the invalid DHCP responses when using both open and
> restricted mode.  Disabling the firewall iptable rules doesn't affect
> it.
> Help!  What should I try next?
> Paul
> PS: Feeling dumb here but where is the CVS repository?
> -- 
> Paul A. Dugas                    Dugas Enterprises, LLC
> paul dugasenterprises com        1711 Indian Ridge Drive
> p:404-932-1355  f:770-516-4841   Woodstock, GA 30189-6856 USA
> _______________________________________________
> NetworkManager-list mailing list
> NetworkManager-list gnome org

[Date Prev][Date Next]   [Thread Prev][Thread Next]   [Thread Index] [Date Index] [Author Index]